Thursday, 15 October 2009

Geert Wilders

Anti-Islamic Dutch MP Geert Wilders to visit UK within days

The far-right Dutch MP who overturned a United Kingdom travel ban, despite being labelled a threat to “community harmony”, is planning to visit the capital this week.

Geert Wilders, who is accused of Islamophobia but won a case against the Home Office yesterday to allow him to enter the country, said that he did not want to come to incite violence, but to have a debate.

He won't be showing his short film about radical Islam but intends to return at a later date (this is the clip shown above). Mr.Wilders had been refused entry into the UK earlier this year and was turned away at Heathrow in what was widely seen to be a political decision rather than based on law. The Asylum and Immigration Tribunal ruled that there was no evidence that a previous visit had caused problems and said it was more important to protect freedom of speech.

Interestingly at the same time a radical Muslim group has launched a massive campaign to impose sharia law on Britain.

The fanatical group has ­announced plans to hold a rally in London later this month. It is calling for a complete upheaval of the British legal system, its officials and ­legislation. Members have urged Muslims from all over Britain to converge on the capital on October 31 for a procession to demand the full implementation of sharia law.

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